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US History
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Question:

What are some examples that made America an Imperial nation during the early 20th century?

Rachel D.
Answer:

Annexation of Hawaii with pineapple farms and Dole, China's open door policy allowing open trade with China, as well as trading with European nations.

English
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Question:

Correct this sentence if necessary, and explain why you corrected these mistakes. "Sarah told me that your the one who ran away it isn't my fault"

Rachel D.
Answer:

There are three mistakes, and this is also a run on sentence. There is the incorrect use of your. Your means belonging to you, the correct use is you are of you're. The second mistake is the comma between away ans it is missing which is what makes it a run on sentence. The third mistake is missing quotations around what Sarah told the person. So fixing the mistakes it should be. "Sarah told me that ' you're the one who ran away, it's not my fault.' Remember to put any punctuation marks before you close parenthesis or quotation marks.

Algebra
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Question:

Translate this equation and solve for x 5 plus a number is twice the number. The total sum is 15.Solve for x

Rachel D.
Answer:

Just like breaking down words in English class, translating equations from words into letters and numbers isn't any different. Start with what you know. 5 plus a number is 5+x However it is twice that number so it becomes 5+2x And using is we know it becomes equals to. So we rewrite it as 5+2×=15 And solve for x Subtract 5 from both sides we get 2x=10 Divide by 2 we get X=5 now we check 5+10=15

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